Top Rated Kiwi Recipes

This green juice, made of cucumbers, kiwis, Granny Smith apples, and pineapples, is made at Friedman's Lunch (in Chelsea Market) in New York City. 
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Kiwis and strawberries are both packed with Vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin that as an anti-oxidant, protects the body against free radical damage, helps make collagen, and maintains immunity (strawberries and kiwis have more Vitamin C than oranges!). Kiwis are also packed with potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc. Read More About Nutrients in Your Favorite Drinks and What They Do For You.  
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Bacon Lettuce and Kiwifruit Sandwiches (BLKs)
The BLK is a nutritious twist to the classic BLT. Kiwi packs a punch of nutrition, while low-sodium bacon keeps things tasty!  Click Here to See More Kiwi Recipes
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Fruit Salsa
A kid-friendly recipe that’s packed with nutritious (and delicious) fruits. Serve this with whole-grain pita chips, preferably homemade, and dust them with some cinnamon and sugar for added flavor.  Click here to see 5 Tips for Getting Kids in the Kitchen.
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End your meal with this healthy dessert. You can even change the fruits according to your taste! 
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White Sangria
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Refreshing and perfect for any summer barbecue, white sangria will be a delicious addition to your summer table and will allow you to still fit into your bikini.
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The only thing that's worse than tomatoes not being in season is when you use out-of-season tomatoes in your salsa. This recipe solves that problem, providing you with a flavorful, spicy salsa with a hint of sweetness from kiwis. 
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Whether the allergy is to milk or cocoa, chocolate is a no-go. And one must admit that pudding is not the most healthful snack to stuff in the lunch bag. This fruity slushie replacement has just as much sweet satisfaction, but is free of added sugars and is 100 percent natural. Just freeze what you've whipped up the night before and pack it the day of. By lunchtime, this frozen treat will have melted into perfect slurping slush.
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Pastry Chef Pichet Ong created this funky, fruit-filled twist on tapioca pudding and classic crème brulée. His advice? "In order to ensure an even, hard-shelled caramelization, the top surface of the pudding must be flat, which can be achieved by running an offset spatula across the top of the serving glass." - Yasmin FahrAdapted from Pichet Ong, author of "The Sweet Spot"Click here to see the Tapioca Pudding Brulee With Melon, Pomegranate and Kiwi Slide Show
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Everything is better covered in chocolate. This recipe calls for your choice of fruits to dip in the melted chocolate! 
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This juice tastes like a party! It’s a seriously fun fruit punch, that, unlike store bought, you can feel good about guzzling. Read more about Expensive Juice Cleanses You Can DIY Cheaply at Home.
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The Modernist Cuisine Baking Steel, placed atop a 10-pound block of dry ice, can cool down from room temperature to 15 degrees in 10 minutes. Thus, you can quickly make ice cream with personalized mix-ins without setting up an ice-cream maker or procuring liquid nitrogen.
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